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evening, everyone. i'm larry kudlow. this is the "kudlow report." we're live at 7:00 p.m. eastern and 4:00 p.m. on the west coast. our top story tonight, will arizona governor jan brewer veto a gay discrimination bill passed by the state legislature. nbc news joins us with the details. good evening. >> reporter: of course the poe opponents call it a religious freedom bill. in any event, governor brewer who is on the spot on this has just returned to arizona after attending a three-day governor's conference in washington. she'll know that the momentum toward a veto has been building fast. >> all right. i guess we lost the tape, mike, but we got you and that's just as important. >> i guess we did, yeah. >> i'm reading the same thing that you are reading. it looks like you've got businesses like apple and the nfl super bowl putting pressure on her, but you have some well meaning people on the religious right who are going to fight this. >> reporter: steve pierce was the majority whip and the republican senate. it was a vote along party lines. pierce said he supported it, voted for it. he d
the boxing business onts he. larry holmes who came after the legend. era coulter is catching up now focusing on identity theft. better late than never. 57 back to the food labeling overall was just stay this is stupid ben will so companies will jus pass the cost onto consumers effendi wineries these nothing like additional cost on biness to make the nay state fe better. keep those coming. we are listening. because whenever highlight that nobody else is talking e administration is talking. attorney general walter of the economic scene today identity theft and hacking ar a problem why now? is a problem? it is so out ofcontrol the justice department is finally giving it look for a protest says it is about time with the minimum wage that businesses don't like have we missed the threat? neil: there were a little preoccupied this was just a -- definitely under the purview but they just woke up to it? >> the administration has not been overly concerned about citizens' privacy as he has en in the white house because of his policies. with the nsa if they were really concerned and remember, of the go
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to dig deeper in this report is larry eikle the director of the pew's philadelphia program. thank you for being with us. >> thank you for having yes. >> philadelphia is a beautiful place. i call it home. and it really was traditionally a proudly middle class place. people were really okay being middle class, and middle class in the 50's and 60's, and into the 70's in many classes could actually mean blue color. >> it absolutely could. one of the fascinating things we found was in 1970 44% of the people we considered middle class didn't even have a high school degree because there were those blue collar jobs available. that's not the case now. you need a college degree or a lot of college education to be part of the middle class. that's true nationally and it's certainly true in philadelphia. >> so when people say, i've been talking to people about this all day. tell me why philadelphia was hit harder than other cities that you've looked at, what is the answer to that? >> well, it was certainly hit hard. whether it was harder than other cities i think is hard to say, but philadelphia w
than two decades of service and joining us, larry korb. they are both joining us from washington, d.c. if you could explain based on your experience and your reading of the proposed defense budget put forth yesterday, what is your initial reaction? >> basically, it is higher than we would have expected a year ago because you had the budget deal that gave some relief from sequestration. even if you control for inflation is higher in real terms than it was during the cold war and it brings us back to 2007 levels. all of the gloom and doom and people talking about, if all things considered, it is much better than we have had at the end of every other war that we have withdrawn from whether korea, vietnam, or the end of the cold war. >> robert levinson, based on what you just heard from larry korb, do you think congress and those people who have to approve the budget are going to listen to him? do they think it is a reasonable document? >> the congress approved the overall spending limits as part of the brand-murray deal. none of them have said do not cut this or that. they are sticking
on their behalf. and that's why confine my show larry king now right here on rt question more. eye for decades people i wondered if life on mars is possible. now we may be closer to an answer why there are an essential component of life as we know it may currently be on the red planet. scientists have been keeping a close eye on mars and captured images that could reveal the presence of water. take a look at the flood us now from nasa's mars reconnaissance orbiter they're bringing a lot of questions of the formations are shaped sort of like being there is the happier and disappeared depending on the season. scientists say this could be pretty convincing proof that there is water there and believe it to the sulfate. great news for the hundreds of people planning on going to mars in the next decade. amar is the one mission is offering one way tickets to the red planet and as you'll see there's plenty of takers. i didn't mind because the lady here the judge is going on it's a boy but it didn't go to india. i don't ever buy any furniture. i just find it the board. resourceful. i love going there a
to 13 deaths. trader larry shover of sfg alternatives joins us now on this wednesday, and larry, why is the s&p struggling with getting over this 1850 mark? > > you know it reminds me of 1650 of last year and even 1350. at this point 1850 is going to require growth metrics to get past that level. it's not like last year where the market rallied before the data set so we need growth metrics to prove that we deserve to be above that level. > > let's move over to the commodity sector and oats are at a high because there's not enough space on trains. oil is taking too much of the space. what's happening here with oats and oil, larry? > > yeah oats is at an all-time high-- a 10 year high over corn. a lot of it does have to do with transportation-- you're right-- just pulling gas down and crude oil down from the upper midwest. it's compromising getting the oats to market but also the winter has been tough too-- the snow cover has been very very hard and the supply hasn't been that great. > > and now over to hollywood where dreamworks came out with their earnings after the close in the stoc
: your jeans they fit so good! woman: i got them at old navy, nineteen bucks! connie: larry! these jeans are only nineteen bucks at old navy! (crowd gasps) larry: those jeans are only 19 dollars?! woman: and kids jeans are twelve dollars! connie: woaaaw! (music starts) larry: connie wait!! [cheers and applause] jorchg ladies and. >> jon: ladies and gentlemen, i'm so excited. it's time once again to check in on our neighbors to the south. no not -- [laughter] we're not doing a story on the 51st food market, not our literal neighbors to the south. they do have a terrific turkey sandwich. my point is this, thank you. mexico. [ laughter ] after more than a decade a brutal war with massive drug cartels has been a defining fact of life and last weekend a break. >> the capture of one of most wanted criminals on the planet who headed the most powerful drug operation in the world. mexican drug lord joaquin guzman known as el chapo has been captured ending a 13-year long manhunt. >> jon: el chapo got el popped-o. it translated to either a short stout person or corn porridge. [laughter] which kind
, larry korb, and a man who knows a thing or two about the pentagon for serving as assistant secretary of defense under president reagan. thanks for being with us. >> nice to be with you. >> walk us through this comparison. we see a lot of headlines about the decline in the force, but we also know we still spend far more than many other countries combined on our military. >> we spent more than the next 16 nations, biggest spenders in the world combined. and back in 1940, right before pearl harbor, we were the 17th in terms of military spending and the size of the force. so we're still way, way ahead. the army and the marines grew to fight the land wars in iraq and afghanistan and after every war, you bring them back down. and what vice president cheney doesn't mention is two things. when he was secretary of defense, he actually cut it more than what has been cut under the budget control act, and this was not obama's idea. in fact, as you mentioned, he's asking for $26 billion more than the sequestration allows, and another $100 billion over the next couple of years o th s so n get reli
on the list of the five most interesting founders with steve jobs and larry sergei. >> that was very flattering of him. >> what is your strategy? why do you think you should be in charge? >> the goal for yc is that there is the shift to more startups. startups are the driving force of innovation and hopefully economic growth in the future. i think we could be the nexus of the new startups. our goal is to fund the best and have them be a part of the community. one of the things people do not understand about us is how tight the community is, our alumni. it is an incredibly powerful force to have this group a really talented people that run startups that really care about helping each other. growing the community and make sure that we have the best startups and helping them, that is what we are going to do. >> yc has had its champions and its haters to be honest. how do you combat that? >> the haters thing is frustrating. any time you try to do something new and different, there are a lot of people that will be haters. the way we combat that is to keep funding good startups. as long as
's larry jacobs. >> reporter: spring is less than a month away, but during the last week of february in chicago, it'll feel like january with morning temperatures plunging below zero. hats and gloves are still selling in stores. >> showcasing what's left of the winter gear and appropriately displaying the summer gear. >> reporter: flood warnings and advisories are posted across illinois and indiana where ice jams are sending rivers over their banks. >> these chunks of ice out here, you know, are thick, and they're just destroying whatever they crossed. >> reporter: southern california is bracing for the worst downpours in months. homeowners in the foothills outside los angeles are taking no chances because mud slides are a big threat. >> it just talked a little about doing what we can do at our home and maybe possibly sandbagging around the doorways, you know, just -- i think we'll be okay but -- >> reporter: with flood concerns from california to the midwest, americans from coast to coast cannot wait for this mean season to end. larry jacobs, abc news, new york. >>> well, unfortunat
from his before larry instantly bank of america savings account to his merrill edge retirement account. before he opened his first hot chocolate stand calling winter an "underserved season". and before he quit his friend's leaf-raking business for "not offering a 401k." larry knew the importance of preparing for retirement. that's why when the time came he counted on merrill edge to streamline his investing and help him plan for the road ahead. that's the power of streamlined connections. that's merrill edge and bank of america. >>> welcome back. 59 students at a nigerian boarding school were shot or burned to death early tuesday by islamic militants. according to school officials, all of the victims were boys and 24 of the school buildings were burned to the ground. >>> hundreds of protestors in turkey clashed with police over voice recordings that allegedly include the prime minister telling his son to hide money from authorities. protesters shot fireworks at police who responded with fire hoses. >>> former new england patriot aaron hernandez got into a jail house fight with another
. transferred money from his before larry instantly bank of america savings account to his merrill edge retirement account. before he opened his first hot chocolate stand calling winter an "underserved season". and before he quit his friend's leaf-raking business for "not offering a 401k." larry knew the importance of preparing for retirement. that's why when the time came he counted on merrill edge to streamline his investing and help him plan for the road ahead. that's the power of streamlined connections. that's merrill edge and bank of america. if it doesn't work fast... you're on to the next thing. neutrogena® rapid wrinkle repair has the fastest retinol formula to visibly reduce fine lines and wrinkles in just one week. neutrogena®. [ girl ] my mom, she makes underwater fans that are powered by the moon. ♪ she can print amazing things, right from her computer. [ whirring ] [ train whistle blows ] she makes trains that are friends with trees. ♪ my mom works at ge. ♪ >>> welcome back. earlier in the show we asked what single food you could survive on. natalie is back from fe
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feet watching. >> 46 hours. that's a long time to dance. >> larry is hear. >> i'll sit this one out i think. giants opening day think. giants opening day starter. bruce going left in a one of the best things about is that millions of people will qualify for financial assistance. for example, if you're a single person making less than $46,000 a year, or a family of four, earning up to $94,200, you may be eligible for premium assistance. the lower your annual income, the greater financial assistance you will receive. get answers, and get covered. find out if you're eligible and enroll now. at coveredca.com. >> coming up tonight at 11:00 o'clock. heavy rain heading to the bay area as we have talked about here. when the storm will arrive and how people on the peninsula specifically are getting ready for possible flooding. >> and beating the system to land reservation in san francisco hottest restaurant. 7 on your side michael is here tonight and he will show you the trick that people are using to snag a great spot at your favorite restaurant. join us for those stories and moreover o
. thank you larry. (clapping.) i can't wait until the ball s is thrown i'm losing weight and getting ready. thank you to everybody thank you to the artists and all the committee of volunteers that are calling people ray's this wonderful resources to get the furniture and equipment there because while the public did they're part the highest general obligation bond in the city we've got to do our part to make sure it's filled with the equipment to save lives to improve the conditions. and for those of you who haven't received a call from me be ready because the committee is very dedicated and i've been taking lessons from willie brown how to take that call. have a great lunch and enjoy this and have a big heart. thank you from the bottom of our heart let's do our part and congratulations to the whole committee. 56 have a la heart. thank you (clapping) >> ladies and gentlemen, it's now time for the first artists award present by michael san francisco bay area region wells fargo and company (clapping) thank you and good afternoon. looked like to start my comments by asking you to take a look
you, sandhya. >>> on to sports and giants news. >> larry beil is here with opening day info jie. and first cactus league game is tomorrow. bruce bochy is shaking up the giants rotation. ties -- his opening day starter is also his love this k! what's next? great! do you have measurements? yeah, i paced it off. it's about twenty by twelve of these. so, we can measure, plan and install it for you. yea, let's do that! ikea. professional kitchen services at a low price. ! ladies, how are you? let's taste some wine. ♪ ♪ seize your vacation with a southwest airlines sale. go to southwest.co where our lowest fares are now available as low as $69 one-way. book now at southwest.com and carpe vacay. ♪ don't. i want you to be kind.ff i want you to be smart. super smart. i want one thing in a doctor.tk to speak my language. i don't want you to look at the chart before you say hi...david. quiero que me hagas sentir segura. i want you to be aweso that's the doctor i want. at kaiser permanente, we want you to choose the doctor that's right for you. find your perfect match at kp.org and th
. why so many secrets? the couple doesn't want to be bombarded with prospectors. larry manger believes the discovery could be good for his business as gold spikes when ever there is a big find. >> everybody wants to hit the millions. >> reporter: the couple plans to sell most of the coins on amazon.com but will keep of them. joe vasquez, kpix5. >> for a while, the couple struggled with what to do. at one point, they actually rebury first-degree treasure while they consulted some experts. >>> tonight, we are hearing from people in one town who have known for years their police officers were dirty cops. kpix5's betty yu saying now the da agrees with them. betty? >> reporter: that's right liz. tonight, monterrey county sheriff's deputies arestepping in to patrol the streets here in king city because so in of the police officering includeing the active police chief have been arrested and accused of corruption. it's a small town where everybody knows everybody and the monterrey county da says those at the top knew exactly what they were after. >> these are the people who are really disadvan
> on to sports and giants news. >> larry beil is here with opening day info jie. and first cactus league game is tomorrow. bruce bochy is shaking up the giants rotation. ties -- his opening day starter is also his madison bumgarner, the best pitcher last season is being rewarded being named the opening day starter in 2014. at age 24 he will be san francisco's younge day h opening day hurler in 30 years. he went sthir -- 13-9 las year. he will start against arizona on march 31st. last year's number one moves back a notch. the giants go with four straight righties completing the rotation. tim hudson and tim lincecum and vine vow -- vogelsong. cactus league opens up tomorrow. it is his first game behind the plate since he suffered a concussion on a foul tip. 50 years ago today, mohamed ali, known as cassius clay received -- won the heavyweight challenge. he was the challenger thought to get pummeled, well clay won it. the rematch was more controversy and even today a lot of people think listen took a dive. but the bout, the first of two, launched the career of the great ali, one of the true pion
at an undisclosed locations. why so many secrets? the couple doesn't want to be bombarded be prospectors. larry manger saying it could be good for his business as gold fever spikes when ever there saw big fine. >> there is always a push for people wanting to mind the mother load. everybody wants to hit the millions. >> reporter: the couple plans to sell most of the coins on amazon.com, but will keep some of them to pass through the family. in auburn, joe vasquez, kpix5. >> cannot get enough of that story. so for a while, the couple didn't know what to do with the coins. >> at one point, they actually reburied the treasure while they consulted some experts. >>> coming up, what you don't know facebook is doing to your health after logging in for five minutes. >> and you have the chance to meet our pet expert finalists. it is time to pick our pet expert. watch their segments on our facebook page and like the vet you would like as our pet expert. your votes will help us make the final decision. voting ends friday. we'll be right back. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, spend on facebook, the less self-control th
>>> good afternoon, everybody, i'm larry beil >> for the second time in just over a week a gas leak forced evacuation of skyline high school in oakland today, causing chaos for teachers, students and bus sdpriefrz parents want answers. nick smith is live outside of the high school with more. nick? >> reporter: good afternoon, i have new information i just got off the phone with the spokesperson for oakland unified school district. i can confirm classes will resume and they have put a permanent cap on the source of the leak that started as an evacuation ended up being classes cancelled for the day. now, we know school officials are investigating whether or not students may have played a role in releasing that gas valve. this hurried, jumbled mess not caused bit last class bell, it's students of skyline rushing to leave the school. >> alarm went off. they smelled gas around the 50 building not too far from our classroom. >> reporter: it started because of a cold classroom. >> they asked building maintenance to turn on the heat. that is what happened. something was wrong. >> reporter
let's turn to cornell university's larry brown, a ye owe physics professor chair of the earth and atmospheric department. dr. brown, thanks so much for joining us. is man to blame or is nature? what's your cake on this in. >> both, probably. i think we have the three suspects that you mentioned. a possible natural up tick, although that's a little bit unusual, quite unusual. suspects in the man-made category, include both hydro fracturing and the wais wastewar disposal. most suggest that hydro fracturing is not the cause, but it's been known for a long time pumping large amounts of water can trigger earthquakes. >> i know this is a complicated issue and not everybody out there is a gio physics professor, so could you explain for us how does pudge thing water in to the ground create an earthquake? >> several ways but the primary is the water weeks in the fault zones and weakens the strength that is the rocks and act as an effective lubricant so the faults which are held together by friction suddenly get greased and lip urged forces there already. >> you said you are suspicious
. as of right now it's a wide-open race. larry joins us and larry, we're talking about a poll that came out about san jose, the next mayor, anything surprise you? >> lots of things. this pole was sponsored by the south bay labor federation and three other unions and from the outcome, you got to believe they are pretty happy with the results, at least for the moment. take a look here. we see results as of february 20th when this was finished, and what we saw at the top is dave cortesa with 19% and madison win with 15% and now there were a couple others at 4% and yes, about 38, 39% undecided, which tells you, as you said at the beginning raj, wide open. >> there is notable and well-funded names here. why aren't they standing out? >> that's one of several outties. sam raised the most money by far, three, four times as much as other candidates and yet, it hasn't helped much. even in his third-place standing. m madison nguyen and dave cortese at the top. why? perhaps other leading candidates are members of city counsel and maybe they are cancelling each other out. >> what should we expect in nov
turn. get my training tips at guardyourmanhood.com transferred money from his before larry instantly bank of america savings account to his merrill edge retirement account. before he opened his first hot chocolate stand calling winter an "underserved season". and before he quit his friend's leaf-raking business for "not offering a 401k." larry knew the importance of preparing for retirement. that's why when the time came he counted on merrill edge to streamline his investing and help him plan for the road ahead. that's the power of streamlined connections. that's merrill edge and bank of america. >>> and we have to share this. pope francis met his mini-me today. the little woman was dressed up as a little pope but didn't seem very happy about this greeting and the kiss from the pontiff. i guess toddlers will be toddlers, even in the presence of the pope. we'll be right back. honestly? i wanted a smartphone that shoots great video. so i got the new nokia lumia icon. it's got 1080p video, three times zoom, and a twenty-megapixel sensor. it's got the brightest display, so i can see what
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policy staff. i mean, it's insane what has happened there. >> and look what happened to larry summers. he is not exactly a raving right winger. he was essentially run out of town on the rails for questioning, you know, the numbers of women in the sciences. and he posed as it a question. not even as a conclusion. it does tell you. >> now we have editorialist on the crimson, which is the paper, the student-run newspaper at harvard, basically flat out saying look, we don't want to hear your point of view. the university should enforce a boycott of anybody saying anything we don't like. i will give you the last word, charles. >> well, you know, she is now made the o'reilly show. so i think she is getting a lot more attention than anybody -- she reflects the views of a lot of students, i'm sure. but what i found interesting because my son went there. there is quite a resistance among the other generation, against this propaganda. and that's one of the reasons i'm optimistic about this. her stuff is total nonsense. >> it is. >> yonk anybody will take it seriously. >> all right charles, thank yo
. we can start with a question that this morning larry made the comment that it has casted a long shadow on the future. my guess is in your projections, it will be interesting to hear your assumptions of our potential and how it's being estimated in your forecast. >> so relative to the projections of output that we had made in 2007. i wasn't at cbo at the time. but the projections the cbo had in 2007, we have now marked down our projection of outputs by a little more than 7%. this is a point that larry and others have noted. of that reduction of more than 7%, we attribute a little less than 2% directly to the deep recession and slowry coverry. so we think there's a one and three quarter percentage point reduction in output coming from the persistent effects on the lay bar market, particularly the effects of elevated levels of long-term unemployment in pushing people out of work and discouraging them from looking for work have from the procession and also on productivity. that's 1.75 percentage points. the remainder, more than five percentage points of output comes in our assessmen
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, you met her like three times. who? geico. transferred money from his before larry instantly bank of america savings account to his merrill edge retirement account. before he opened his first hot chocolate stand calling winter an "underserved season". and before he quit his friend's leaf-raking business for "not offering a 401k." larry knew the importance of preparing for retirement. that's why when the time came he counted on merrill edge to streamline his investing and help him plan for the road ahead. that's the power of streamlined connections. that's merrill edge and bank of america. >>> we've reconnected with karl penhaul on the phone in caracas, watching the demonstrations escalating in venezuela. so there's apparently no letup in sight, right, karl? >> reporter: the socialist president, nicholas maduro, has called for peace talks with the opposition to see if they could bring an end to the three weeks of protest. but we understand now that none of the main opposition leaders have any intention of talking to the president. they say they have nothing to negotiate. they want
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. >> and drive carefully, please. >> spring training is underway, baseball news. >> larry beil is here with that. >> a bit of a surprise from giants. and it will not be matt cane in 2014. sports is coming up next. >>> good evening, just days into spring training and bruce bocci made up his mind, the first opening day start for its young bumgartner. reward for success last season. and also might be viewed as a set back for matt cane moving back to 8 and 10 last year, tim hudson and tim lincecum and ryan vogelsong round out the rotation. john going to be back behind the plate for athletics notable because it will be the first time he was caught since suffering a concussion. jayso hit by a foul tip and now switching to a heavier steel mask. derek norris solidified his spot on 2014 roster. 98 games in that platoon situation had nine oem holme runs. in his third year in the bigs. >> norris decided to cut his hair in a mullet. then he kept the mullet and added a beard. >> we'll see where fire gets going. doesn't touch anything. let the hair go. beard gochlt here i am. >> because back to a team a lot o
get a little flutter. >> reporter: larry of big valley metal detectors believes the discoveries could be good for his business as gold fever seems to spike every time there's a big find. >> we are going to probably see a big push for people that have property up in the motherlode. they are going to want to be searching. >> everybody wants to hit the millions. >> reporter: the couple plans to sell most of the coins on amazon.com but will keep some of them to pass down to the family as a memento. in auburn, joe vazquez, kpix 5. >> well, for a while the couple struggled with what to do with their find. >> i guess they did. they actually went out and reburied the treasure in their yard so they could consult experts. i think i would have found a safety deposit box somewhere and plopped those babies in there. >> no kidding. >> i think a lot of people are going to go in their backyards and start digging. >> that's where they say a lot of people find stuff because other people have buried stuff there that lived there before. isn't that crazy? coolest story of the day. >>> we have some rain co
at your ford dealer. transferred money from his before larry instantly bank of america savings account to his merrill edge retirement account. before he opened his first hot chocolate stand calling winter an "underserved season". and before he quit his friend's leaf-raking business for "not offering a 401k." larry knew the importance of preparing for retirement. that's why when the time came he counted on merrill edge to streamline his investing and help him plan for the road ahead. that's the power of streamlined connections. that's merrill edge and bank of america. it says here that increases at the age of 80. helps reduce the risk of heart disease. keep heart-healthy. live long. eat the 100% goodness of post shredded wheat. doctors recommend it. >>> good morning. i'm carol costello. thanks for joining me. happening right now, obamacare hits a new milestone but the signature program may still be missing its target for one key group. a big surprise for children's waist line. a major drop in childhood obesity rates but don't break out the ice cream and cake just yet. and near record sn
with tariffs. for more are we joined by larry wilmore. thank you for joining us. so what about this idea that lincoln should have just waited because slavery would have eventually died of natural caves? >> -- causes? >> jon, the south was so committed to slavery lincoln didn't die of natural caves. [ laughter ] -- natural causes. >> jon: that's a good line. yeah. >> it's true. >> jon: if the tree market was just about to end it then why is it still going on 150 years later. q. slave trade is the exact opposite of free market. >> jon: this isn't just the judge's opinion there's articles, books, some by libertarians, confederate apologists it's an industry, a school of thought. >> did they teach history at this school? [laughter] because their facts are all (bleep) up, jon. [ laughter ] these people think lincoln started the civil war because the north was ready to kill to end slavery when the truth was the south was ready to die to keep slavery. you are welcome libertarians i just un(bleep) your facts. >> jon: that is kind of you. i'll enjoy the e-mails thanking you for that that i will r
of acquisitions. they are showing a mobile is very real. google, a very good few years under larry's leadership. i think before are there. it is clear that microsoft has to redo it. there are other candidates -- twitter attempting to become a platform. >> what does microsoft have to do? >> the problem they have is that their model was organized around the monopoly windows position antimonopoly office position for products which are now free and broadly used in platforms that they do not sell. nokia is busy announcing an android-based phone. shocking. an interesting example of the power of open systems resource. >> you have acknowledged that google missed social media. >> we did. >> microsoft ms. social media and another -- a number of other things. how does someone as smart and savvy as google ms. social media. >> i took responsibility for that. but we were busy. we were doing chrome, the number one browser. you should use it all the time. android, number one mobilepro form -- mobile platform. we were unable to do one part. we had a good. what we were missing that. >> are you happy with your marke
it, it's t next guy's problem. oh, larry. she thinks i'm crazy. mm-hmm. but would a crazy person save 15% on car insurance in just minutes? [ chuckles ] [ malennouncer ] 15 minutes for a quote is crazy. with esurance, 7½ minutes could save you on car insurance. welcome to the modern world. esurance. backed by allstate. click or call. >>> democrats try to deal with the damage from some of obama care's broken promises. watch as one of the most vulnerable candy dates of all has to face some tough questions from reporters. >> exactly when did you learn that wasn't the case? >> is there a specific time frame? a day, a week, a month -- >> i am sponsoring the bill, where you can keep it on a permanent basis. that is one of the fixes that needs to be made to the affordable care act. and i am supporting that. >> when did you learn that people would be able to keep their plans? >> it wasn't -- >> was it after the law was written, i guess? did you have any time line on when you realized this would be the case? >> well, once again, as i said earlier, it wasn't clear that they were selling -- th
't bother rewinding it. the way i see it, it's t next guy's problem. oh, larry. she thinks i'm crazy. mm-hmm. but would a crazy person save 15% on car insurance in just minutes? [ chuckles ] [ malennouncer ] 15 minutes for a quote is crazy. with esurance, 7½ minutes could save you on car insurance. welcome to the modern world. esurance. backed by allstate. click or call. >>> we're back now with lou and keith mason. let me ask you as someone who fought in the terry schiavo case. that was a question whether this woman was potentially brain dead. that was the argument whether she should be kept on feeding tubes or not. ultimately the decision was not. the folks in that case said this is about government intrusion on the family's decision. do you believe that this is also a case of government intrusion? >> absolutely. and i think it's dimmenationing the dignity of the human person. that's what we're seeing is the state of massachusetts stepping in and with the medical care being diminished, seems like she's so -- under such poor care with the government. >> how do you decide, though. >> lo
money from his before larry instantly bank of america savings account to his merrill edge retirement account. before he opened his first hot chocolate stand calling winter an "underserved season". and before he quit his friend's leaf-raking business for "not offering a 401k." larry knew the importance of preparing for retirement. that's why when the time came he counted on merrill edge to streamline his investing and help him plan for the road ahead. that's the power of streamlined connections. that's merrill edge and bank of america. >>> it's one of our military's most notorious tragedies. four navy seals on a top secret taliban mission and only one survives. but would that outcome have been different if these seals were not white? an explosive new book claims a politically correct white house is weakening the navy seals to be diverse and politically correct. the authors of ice in the target are here to -- of eyes in the target are here to explain. first off, you talked about hunting bin laden. you cowrote with chris kyle, number-one bestseller. characterize the seals as you know th
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